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bust me? >> there are so many laws, everybody could be caught up in it. >> the avalanche of new laws, it makes criminals just about all of us. >> every citizen arguably could be shown to have vlated some regulation in these stacks, that is the danger. >> police never told knees girls why they were shut down. >> we tried to find out but the city official, they said really they shut down our lemonade stand. >> we're not aware of who made the lemonade or what the lonade with. you are still breaking the law and we can't let you do it. >> appleton, wisconsin shut down this stand and these kids were shut down, too. >> they said you need a permit. >> and hazelwood, illinois they settled on girl scout cookies from the front yard but the city said to stop. >> i said, what? cooes, come on. >> all has to people ran afoul of laws they didn't know existed and still don't understand. >> they are ununderstandable, not only to you but people like me, i am a lawyer and they are incomprehensible to me. >> even the police don't understand. she says the kids' lemonade stands violated the law. >> two off
of the national immigration law center has the latest on the debate over immigration reform. grover norquist, president of americans for tax reform looked at the budget proposals offered by house republicans and senate democrats and edward why it discusses how the federal communications uses a $9 billion fund to insure telephone and broadband services are available everywhere in the u.s. atshington journal" live 7:00 eastern on c-span. on monday, the chair of the national republican committee, will talk about the future of the party. and then legislation assault weapons ban bill passed out of committee and moving to the senate floor. this was the third gun bill passed by the judiciary committee but the only legislation to make it to either chamber of commerce since the mass shooting at sandy hook elementary school. this is one hour, 25 minutes. >> thank you, mr. chairman. i know senator feinstein has fought for this legislation and passionate about her belief in the need for legislation, and i respect her conviction, although i strongly oppose the bill. gun violence is a tragic problem in th
really act as a good communicator and facilitator in the program from a law enforcement background. and the grant we get through public works really allows us to run effectively. >> great, thank you. >> [speaker not understood]. let me come on over here. what's your question? >> okay. [speaker not understood]. i've gotten three years of knowledge [speaker not understood]. my question is this. how am i going to get the police department, how am i going to get city council -- they're partially on board, but some of our people in public works are here today. how can i convey to them that i'm not a nut -- everybody here thinks i'm a nut because [speaker not understood]. how did they really take this seriously and realize that graffiti is a crime and it requires money and it requires attention from the officials, not just from covering graffiti? is there an answer? can you give me some sort of -- what's a good direction? >> [speaker not understood]. >> [speaker not understood]. basically the task force, they'll put together and try to convince the citizens something is happening, then i
at bringing in laws. so, maybe you can create some kind of law. you're so good at that. you would be the country to start that, i would be quite certain. we have to go about 10 steps through parliament and it takes 20 years to change a law. i think you can do it overnight. [laughter] >> well, maybe. thank you. (applause) >> we have another answer. >> if i might very quickly. >> yes, of course. >> i have worked with aerosol with youth on murals as well as individual projects. i've also done collage. we've done paint pens. we have used a number of different things from silk screen t-shirts to making logos. my experience with these youth is you might engage them through graffiti. you don't have to use arrow zoll. it's expensive. it's anywhere from 8 to $14 a can wherever you get it. and you also have to then worry about protecting the eyes, the hands and the proper respirator which could be 35 to $50 apiece per youth. so, to me it's a really expensive way to engage that graffiti side of the artistic or creative behavior. at the same time, montana wants their name out there. so, if yo
ordinance reads is that the by law is not specific to graffiti. so, graffiti is not defined. it doesn't say that it slashes or it doesn't describe it in that nature. and it doesn't speak to permission either. the by law is written such that it's under community standards 14600 with respect to community standards and buildings that are considered a nuisance. there's a specific statement in there, i don't have it in front of me unfortunately, with respect to graffiti. and, so, i guess the question, then, -- question is, do we ever have trouble with property owners saying, well, i want to have this piece of graffiti on our property and i don't feel it's a nuisance and i'm not going to remove it? and we haven't had any problems actually whatsoever with our graffiti by law being challenged. how the by law works is that our by law officers, any graffiti that comes up is at their discretion. so, whether they determine what is on the property is a nuisance and it allows us to keep our mural programs running. it allows us to look at individual situations. early on we had one situation where there wa
in some high paid position. if they went to law school to go to corporate law and be bored to tears, but they have to do it for five, 10 years to get the money to do their passion. that's a big difference. when i wrote passages in the 1970s, the most famous business book and remains to today's what color is your parachute? the thesis they are to start out following your passion. who can afford to do that is a 25-year-old who finished college? they have to work and get some -- it takes a decade to pay off those loans for most people unless they came from wealthy families. the other thing that is a big advance is the boomer generation inherited the feminist revolution and pushed it forward. 80% way. the generation of young people today is far more diversified and there's a lot of young african-american, asian indian american, hispanic who voted for obama, who are very much responsible for the reelection of obama and who are hoping to mentor younger, poorer women, which were left out of the revolution. women who didn't have a lot to do for even lower middle-class women. there is a lot
of this issue this department is struggling to help out. while i do support the law of the day there is should be some natural exceptions to that. there seems to be a lot of comments on sequel, smaller projects need a beginning, middle and a logical, rational ending, an ending that is not going to deprive anybody of their due process in san francisco, everybody values process. i think there is a natural logical break. >> thank you. any additional public comments on this item? >> good afternoon, commissioners. we would like to say that we echo the statements of the first 3 speakers. eric, bernie and howard and test also. i think in the interest of fairness we should wait until we have decided what happens. it's not just human beings that rely and need sequel. it's also species like sir daniel that we might not see if we don't take time to smell the roses. having this service animal has meant a lot to me and to see what he does. we talk about an environment we live on everyday. i understand the sentiments of these people. these are the risks we take. there are no guarantees in life. but taxes an
. we need prosecutors in the system. they are important. they enforce the law. we need them to do it in a way that's fair. we need to figure out how to hold them accountable because a lot of their actions can and do produce in justices in the system. >> host: professor davis, is there power institutionalized in law, or is it just developed over the years? >> guest: it's interesting. the idea -- prosecutors, a system of public prosecution started right around the time of jacksonian democracy with a view that we wanted to vote for people and hold them accountable, the whole idea of democracy is that the people choose the individuals to perform the functions, and so when we start to get the public prosecution -- because in the past, there was private individuals who were able to bring charges against other individuals and they would pay for it. that didn't last long. we ended up with a public prosecution system and ended up with elected prosecutors for the state and local system so all of our states, except about four of them, have elected officials for their state and local prosecut
detail. but essentially the public trust doctrine exist in common law and a few other areas of state law. the port is really support to use these lands to promote meritime commerce and navigation, fisheries and the common law trust exist through a series of court cases, california court cases up through the california supreme court and california attorney general and the state land commissioner and we have the director of the state land commissioner, jennifer is here and i believe she'll participate in public comment. those three entities, the state lands commission and the attorney general's office and the california state system has common laws and rules for this state. there is rules in the california public resource code on how agencies like the court manage our property. one of the big rules is that we have to keep revenues from these land separate from the city's general revenues. where the state has handed over title to trust property to local agency like the city and county acting a the port there is a legislative trust grant. in our case in san francisco we have the burden act p
further request a hearing of you today. we do need to talk about what is the law of the day. this is something that would be articulated in the stimulus possess in the clarification policy that we talked b the principles of the law of the day that a building application must conform to the law of the time of the approval. this is applying regardless of any provisions or what proifthsz provision were or were not in effect. what this means to take for example a project that hypotheticallily received your conditional use for the plan process but that didn't secure a building permit until after the plan's effective date, that building permit will be nonetheless be subject to all current provisions of that plan which can be parking control, use control. it does reflect long stand is advice from the city attorneys office and will apply going forward regardless of either of these two policies. here is our last slide commissioners and before you continue your discussion today we want to remind you on the mechanics of the policies of a single majority of commissioners is required in
to when you go, yeah, i would never do that or couldn't do that because of the laws in my political jurisdiction or whatever, we are not allowed to do that. then there's going to be other things when you think, gosh, i never thought about that, i think that would work really good. i'm going to take it back it my jurisdiction. probably over the past few years i've got 500 people i've dealt with, officers that have come to the class and subsequently become gravanis experts and set up programs. almost every program is different. a lot of the basis is the same, the information is consistent worldwide but people will tweak what information they are going to use and how they are going to be allowed to operate. some are in plain cars, some in marked units, it all depends how it's going to go. take the information you get, there's so much good information here today and tomorrow, take the information you want, take it back and integrate it into however you are going to work your program. when we come right down to it, it's not important what you know, it's what you can prove in court.
with adjudications of delinquency in juvenile law, it is similar to a finding of guilty in the adult court. >> reporter: fredricka, the judge made the final call. this was not a jury trial. because it was a juvenile case it was the judge that rendered this decision after it was made, the two convicted rapists were taken out of the courthouse here and they went immediately in to detention in a juvenile detention facility. >> the defendants did address the court and the victim's family, seemingly very apologet apologetic, very remorseful. did that in any way play a role in the type of sentencing that they received? >> reporter: no one will know for sure because the judge did give them a chance to stand up and address the court, which they did bef handed down his sentence. no one will know whether that changed his mind or not. he could have given them a longer sentence than he did but i want our viewers to get a moment to listen to these two boys as they apologized to the victim's family. >> i would like to apologize to you people. i had no intentions to do anything like that. i'm sorry to pu
.s. senate. because, she explains, it is congress' job to pass laws and the supreme court can decide whether to throw them out or not. do you know what? that statement is exactly the problem. [applause] that statement is reminiscent of nancy pelosi when she was asked what is the constitutional basis of obamacare and her answer was, are you serious? there are a whole lot of politicians, democrats and republicans, in washington who have not looked at the constitution in a long, long time. let me answer speaker pelosi. yes, we are serious. [cheers and applause] the second amendment provides for the rights of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. [cheers and applause] what part of shall not be infringed did they not understand? it does not just end with the second amendment. bigfirst amendment is a target in congress. set aside their love for regulating campaign speech because it seems every campaign elected official hates when the people dare criticize. tomorrow is st. patrick's day. my irish mother recently reminded me that it is more than a little ironic that the national p
. with regard to the sequester, the sequester his current law. it limits and sets our spending limits. it can only be violated with a 60 vote point of order. designed to make sure we have a firm cap on spending. most of us understand the spending route we are on today is unsustainable. as i understand it, your budget would eliminate the sequester. thereby increasing spending by about 900 some odd billion dollars and with interest on that money that would be spent, because it would all have to be $9.1wed, it would be trillion in new spending. it replaces it with a balanced plan of both spending cuts. >> i am aware that that is the purpose, that that is what you would like to do. i want you -- a simple question, a simpleuer digest -- question, as our budget expert, the top of the budget control act agreement, it suspended level for current law, you just don't turn it off your you have to pass a law to eliminated. and if you do, it increases spending with interest over a trillion dollars. does it not? x you can say that about any of you. >> you canant -- say that about any of these. >> i just wa
locales -- local residents. they didn't follow the local letter of the law. we learned from that in the 15 years, 16 years the first source program has been around, that not once has any entity ever been penalized for violations of the first source agreement. ~ is that your understanding as well? >> correct, supervisor. my tenure doesn't go 15 year back, 15 months. at no time has liquidated damages been associated with first source. >> is there a policy within oewd that tries, attempts to avoid having liquidated damages apply? >> i wouldn't say it's a matter of policy, but the goal of city on our office on the employment side is to put san francisco residents to work, not to penalize employers. so, we will frequently use that as leverage as a means to gain employment for san francisco residents. similarly with the mandatory local hiring ordinance, we've been fortunate to date not to have levied any liquidated damages associated with that, but we have used that as a means to put san francisco residents to work successfully. >> so in the case with america's cup since we don't
understand graffiti is graffiti. our by law in vancouver states that even if you give an artist permission to put up graffiti on your wall, it has to go. they don't permit graffiti on your walls. whether that's in a mural or whether that's just a tag on your wall. so, even if it is done with permission, with consent, if somebody complains or if one of our by law officers come by, it has to go. and it's one of those very clear definitions of graffiti versus art and that's how vancouver has been doing it. i hope that helps a little bit. >> thank you. yeah, i think here in san francisco the difference between graffiti and art is the permission. i hope i appreciate our anonymously written questions. [laughter] >> all right. anybody else have an answer to that one? so, we'll move on to the next one. i'll take somebody from the audience and come back here. good, i'm seeing some hands go up. we'll go with you, if you want to stand up. >> my question is about liabilities. if you're doing something that the original tagger, the vandal, let's say, did, and now you're using volunteers to paint it out
laws. these are events staging companies. >> is the language that we had in the agreement, though, was that standard prevailing wage language? >> no. it referenced the prevailing wage requirement of the admin code, but not the other provisions of the admin code that pertain to how we enforce prevailing wages on a public work. and it then went on to say that enforcement would be pursuant to the labor code. the labor code provides for the state labor commissioner to enforce. the state labor commissioner is not going to enforce a prevailing wage requirement on a privately funded san francisco project. so, the language could have been better. >> how was that language crafted? how was the process, was olse part half? >> olse was not part of that. ~ so, we requested payroll documents including time cards, check stubs from all the contractors as part of our audit. neither the event authority or hartman would provide olse with a copy of the contract between the event authority and hartman, which was confidential. but both parties agreed that if it contained the prevailing wage requiremen
. the reason that was filed against him is because the law strictly cites that it has to be an elected official or a department head and bottom-line i was in the military for quite a few years and one of the things i learned is the co is responsible for everything that goes on under his or her command. one of the comments that mr. [inaudible] made were regarding sergeant goss. he talked about all the expertise he had, experience, so forth, but sergeant goss for all his expeer seize cannot answer a simple idr in compliance with the law. some people say i want to embarrass people with my remarks. if the order is embarrassing, it is members of the legal division that have embarrassed the chief, not me. the simple fact that the legal division can't seem to accept a public records request and answer it on a timely basis is unacceptable. and the chief is responsible to see that all of the officers, all of the staff under his command follow the law. in in this case he did not. you can say you're just being picky, but on a nine to one vote turns out i was right, it was not responded to properly
in saying he breached his terms by contacting hamas. under israeli military law, they can be sent back to jail based on secret evidence. palestinian lawyers are now fighting the law. this father and son work quietly, think about who is missing. other son has been arrested again by the israeli army. the family said it was useless to try to start a new life. wouldn't ask him anything. they would just have him sitting, waiting. every day they would do this. >> there were 40 palestinians released. two of them have been arrested again. they may end up having to serve the remainder of their old sentence. more than 1000 palestinian prisoners were exchanged for the israeli soldier. but many have been arrested again based on secret evidence. >> but is dangerous is that they don't provide any concrete evidence that those people break the law. but rather, rely on secret evidence. >> the prisoner deal was negotiated between hamas and israel and guaranteed by egypt. hamas is asking a judge to intervene. -- egypt to intervene. >> there are conditions for that release, and if they break those conditi
and medicine and unhealthy food and unsafe and unhealthy workplaces. if i said that maybe we should have a law protecting people from being harassed if they are gay or lesbian. if i said that we should have some kind of national health insurance, if i said that what we need in this country is an end to lynching and the right for african-americans to have the right to vote, all of those things and many more you think i was a utopian. you would think i was maybe somewhat crazy. i was unrealistic, i was impractical or maybe i was even a bolshevik or communist or socialist. and everything i just said is now taken for granted, things that our society accepts as normal. so one of the themes of my book is that the radical ideas of one generation are often the common sense of the next or subsequent generation. and the book is really about the 100 americans who made that happen. so people who helped to build the labor movement, help to build the women's suffrage and the women rights movement, helped to build the civil rights movement, the environmental movement, the gay and lesbian rights movement, the
next, undercover videos have changed animal cruelty laws in several states, but now when i it could be considered criminal activities to shoot the very videos of that made all the difference. >> and the progress report of the fourth part of the tunnel called i. >> welcome back at 5:30. i'm kira klapper in for carolyn tyler. we are starting this half-hour with a look at the weather. he's meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi, good morning. here's a look what you can expect today. starting out clear right now. we are looking for more clear sky throughout the afternoon. but there will be a few high clouds from time to time. but really a little bit of a breeze is going to kick up today. we will see a little bit in the way of fog later on along the san mateo coast. but otherwise once again starting out in the 40s and 50s with upper 50s to the low to mid-70s once again. tonight fair skies. things will be changing as we enter the first day of spring by wednesday. we will talk about that, which includes some rain. that's coming up. kira. >> thank you. the power and influence of the agriculture in
, of course. coming up next, undercover videos have changed the animal trulity laws in several states, but now why it could be considered criminal activity to shoot those very videos of that made the difference. and a progress report on the fourth bore of the called cot tunnel. the features that will make it a >> 6:30. right now i'm kira klapper in for carolyn tyler. we are starting this half-hour with a quick look at the weather. here's meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi there, kira. good morning to you. hears a look at san francisco where temperatures are pretty mild. upper 40s to the 50s. we are going to look for numbers around the bay to stay in the 40s and 50s throughout the next couple of hours. the difference this morning, we are clear. no fog to speak of. the coolest numbers are in our east bay valleys. about 40 this morning in livermore. also parts of the coast, upper 30s to mid-40s around half moon bay. this afternoon, once again we have the breeze kick in. temperatures coolest by the shoreline. but low to mid-70s returning. once again, above normal highs. rain is arriving on cue with s
back at the fiscal cliff. the law expired. the view i think every republican in the house and senate is, he got his revenue. that is a sticking point. he understands that and we do. that does not mean we should not be discussing this. it will bring about another discussion about what we should do about debt. >> tax reform. [indiscernible] what does this do? >> the senator pointed out on a corporate side, it sounds like we are in agreement. he thought it would be revenue neutral. >> [indiscernible] >> my impression was he thought the corporate rate needed to come down and it would be revenue neutral. a more sticky point would be if he tried to use the personal rates, the non corporate rates, as a way to generate additional revenue. i thought what he had to say on the corporate side is pretty good. i do not see how you could do corporate tax reform only. we have too many escorts all across america. it is numerically the greatest number of american businesses do not pay taxes and corporations. you do not want to have an adverse affect on american small business. i am skeptical you can do c
they should be able to video tape what happens on the farms. new laws blocking the cameras, and here's brian ross. >> reporter: it's a glamorous celebrity-packed awards event held in beverly hills. these are the genesis awards given by the humane society of the united states. they often honor graphic, undercover videos of animal cruelty and mistreatment at what are called factory farms. wayne pacelle, the head of the humane society says such undercover videos have been the key to tough, new anticruelty law. >> this video led to the largest meat recall in american history. >> reporter: and this one which exposed cruelty and unsanitary conditions at major pork producers. but all of that could be coming to an end. under pressure from the agriculture industry, at least five states now have laws making it a crime to go undercover on farm properties to record videos. in iowa, the law passed just a few months after an abc news report which won a genesis award, featuring undercover footage at a huge iowa egg factory, taped by the group mercy for animals. >> if somebody come on somebody else's proper
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, the city has been in need of clarity on how c-e-q-a appeals should proceed since the state law changed in 2002 to allow appeals to the board. this proposal fairly provides both additional notification and additional clarity about how to appeal. it would enable valid c-e-q-a appeals to be considered, but would not utterly derail approvals when a c-e-q-a appeal is found to be either overturned by the board or not timely by allowing these approvals to continue while a c-e-q-a appeal is under consideration. the planning commission has recommended approval of similar proposals in 2006 and both the planning commission and the hpc recommended approval of an earlier draft in 2010 that was contained more elements. but that said, the department is requesting two additional modifications today. first as i said, increasing the appeal window to 30 days. and as you know currently the appeal window for e-i-rs appears to be functional and it is only 20 days. but this type of c-e-q-a document has much greater process and therefore we feel a longer window for the simpler documents with less process is a
spending over the next decade by 5.7 trillion. it would also repeal president obama's health care law and make changes to thed to and medicare. this portion of the markup is 2-1/2 hours. . under the structure we have developed we will begin by having presentations on the budget in our control by the majority and hour controlled by the minority i will make an opening statement and then mr. valholen will also make an opening statement. any other members may enter statements into the record. the remaining time left and then the minority will use the remaining time left in its hour. mr. valholen's time and my time will come out of our hour. after the presentations we will have a staff walk through which means members can ask questions they have. after the staff walk thru, we will proceed to the amendments in a structure that i have worked out with the ranking member the structure that we have had standing tradition of. i will describe that when we get to that point. we will do tier 1, 12, 3. at this point before making opening statements, i would like to yield to mr. van hollen for any co
, is it. but that's the way the law works. and the judge was correct in her ruling under the law. that is the law. and as i have said, and this is a quote, i can't take credit for it, if that is the law, then the law is an ass. hey, thanks for stopping by. you know, i've followed your character since the first episode. i'm a big fan, big, big fan... thank you. listen, your storyline makes for incredible tv drama. thing is, your drug use is very adult content. too adult for the kids. so, i'm gonna have to block you. aw, man. yeahh... well. have a good one. you're a nice lady. >>> significant testimony was reveal this had week when jodi arias was caught in a question that really originated from the jury questions. and it came on follow up pie the prosecution by juan martinez. she was forced to admit under oath that she did not have the knife in her hand at the time she shot travis alexander. >> leaplease stand for the jury. >> on her final day on the stand, jodi arias was schooled in math in the matt matt ticks. the story doesn't show up. >> you know about time. you know that movem
to understand that we need to protect intellectual property rights. there is contract law, which are bill speaks to, that can convey and give consumers lots of options in freedom here. let us make sure we are not undermining intellectual property rights. ,> i agree with my colleagues and also affordability is a factor. environmental factors -- if you have got to make all of these changes every time you have an option to change providers. that is not good for the environment, too. all of those things go into play. thank you for introducing that. >> i agree, i would be happy to help through the fcc or through the updating the digital millennium copyright act. the most stunning thing is to find out about the great power of the librarian of congress. >> i thought the same thing. as you referenced, senator and i thinkbill, it is a different approach. i do think it is important for this committee with its jurisdiction over telecommunications to be involved in this decision. that is one of the reasons we introduced the bill this way. ,> contract law in my view rather than criminal or copyright, should
of law, but moving it to the 21st century where our brand which is not around the world would allow high high achieving people with great aspirations to come and create opportunities for all of us and then third transformation and not reform anymore but real transformation of our education system so more and more children can gain the power of knowledge and be successful in life. [applause] we are the most energy abundant country in the world. 10 years ago or 12 years ago we were about ready to no longer have natural gas. it was an amazing thing people were building billion-dollar plans to import liquefied natural gas into our country and today we have so much gas we don't know what to do with it. that is because of american ingenuity and technology. a greek immigrant combining two existing technologies hydraulic fracking and horizontal drilling created the greatest explosion of innovation in the last decade at times certainly competing with the commercialization of the internet. there should be bans and parade celebrating this incredible thing we are now on the precipice of being energy
to sign it into law. earlier this week colorado lawmakers approved a measure limiting magazines to no more than 15 rounds. color of becomes a first date tside the east coast t restrict gun rights inhe wake of newtown and/or shootings if, indeed, governor hickel lipper doesn't. the state is likely to suffer financially as well. we should point out, gun parts company back paul has threatened to leave the state of colorado over the passage of these bills. if they become law. republican congressman of inana wrote a letter today. in that letter encouraging them to move to his home state. again, this breaking news. the colorado state legislature has passed another gun-control bill requiring universal background checks on all gun buyers and the governor, as i said, expected to sign it into law. alcohol, tobacco, gambling, pornography, no doubt that sex and san still sell big into next loudobbs@foxbusiness.com. we take a look at the numbers. president obama wants big oil to fund its own demise. we will have the latest on the president's $2 billion bright idea in green energy ♪ lou: president oba
bloomberg. she is taking a few sips from a big gulp. his law banning oversize drinks was struck down by a jump there is week. >>> the sound of music will not be heard tonight in san francisco. up next, yet another concert cancelled, and the latest on efforts to end the musician strike. >> my dog was in ireland. how ireland? >> a dog trz trip takes an unexpected detour. >> leigh: i'm meteorologist leigh glaser. delightful saturday today. temperatures in the 70s, get ready for big weather changes. we'll look at >> carolyn: new at 5:00, activists in san francisco commemorate the anniversary of the syrian revolution with a rally in union square. the first protest in march 2011 challenged the dictatorship that ruled sarah for -- rule syria for years. one million syrians have fled the country. the san francisco chapter of the syrian-american council held today's demonstration. >>> the san francisco symphony says quiet with musicians still on strike. tonight's concert is the third cancellation since musicians went on strike on wednesday. i you have tickets you can get a refund or exchange t
on the images page at our home page. >>> the bay area law enforcement are reminding people not to drink and drive this weekend. our camera caught the aftermath of a dui crash yesterday. last st. patrick's day they made more than 300 dui arrest state like. >> an 18-year-old driver is under arrest after crashing her car near the golden gate bridge earlier this night. according to the chp ramirez was driving under the influence and have more occupants of the belts in her car. three other people ran away after the crash. they said ramirez had only a california drivers license for eight days prior to the collision. >>> wide receiver dante to cells with us in the hospital with serious burns tonight after a hot air balloon crashed in key and one other person or hurt after the balloon they were in hit power lines in miami this point. a third person was not injured he is currently a free agent. he suffered an ankle injury back in 2000 night he was suspended for the entire season after being convicted of dui manslaughter for a crash that killed a pedestrian. >> little wing is getting more visitor
department that challenged our able to provide top-notch law enforcement due to staffing and budget challenges. this past year we were expected to do more with less, and this expected to be the new normal. not only did we persevere, we excelled. we went into the neighborhoods and heard them. we lived through one of the busiest december in san francisco, and a good january and february, we can talk about that play-calling later. we were relatively unscathed for the mission district celebrating the world series. we pulled together as a team, with one common goal to keep the city safe. this took leadership not from the top down but from the streets up. the senior officers and lieutenants knowing what was needed. it took the captains to be sure that their teams were willing to work as one. and again keeping the city safe. we did it like the champions we are. like no other law enforcement can, san francisco's finest. as each of you move in your new role, you will have the technology of advancements that provided for us locally and regionally and around the world. and we have issued lapto
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be put away. the key is how do you go about doing it lawfully. what laws has the man broken. the defense will say this was a thought crime. you you can't prosecute someone for their thoughts he didn't act it out. the law you does not allow someone to sit there and fanta advertise aboufantasize about n commit the act and then prosecute them. the whole idea is to get them before they commit the crime. they prosecuted him under a conspiracy theory which means two or more people get together and talk about an idea and there is an over the act. a step taken towards completing it. here conspiracy it kidnap. he had specific target victims including his wife. one woman in particular he was going to be paid $5,000 to kidnap her and then carry out his plot. so the law says that is enough. they had sufficient evidence to prove that beyond a reasonable doubt and the other one is accessing the federal database. he was going through the nypd computers to find home addresses for the victim is he was seeking out. >> mike: i can underand it he would be able to be prosecuted on the conspiracy charge as we
's not a hard firm, it's a guideline. both in abc law and i think in the planning code. the map you were given, this is completely inaccurate. i am not talking about missing one or two. there is one block where she shows five licenses and there is nine. and on california street there are two bars next to each other. and also eating places not shown. california street needs to be included in this. and the rest of ncd from california south. because it's very serious now. and all of that area. and california street i understand has more proposed. i keep hearing. in fact i wonder why they wouldn't take a contract for the (inaudible) unless they want to turn that into a nightclub space. my sister took the bus the other night, the 19 on a saturday night about 11:30. the bus kept stopping. huge crowds outside of these bars. she said, why would anyone come? well, they don't but these youth. and now every bar they are all lined up out there. it's impossible for this number of bars to actually survive based on the people that live in the neighborhood or nearby. they are bussing people in from richmond a
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at the high-growth economic strategy, respecting the rule of law and moving it to where our brand, not tarnish around the world would allow people with high aspirations to become great opportunity for all of us. third, we need stem to stern transformation, real transformation of our education system so more and more children gain the power of knowledge can be successful in life. [applause] we are the most energy abundant country in the world. 10 years ago for 12 years ago were ready to no longer have natural gas. people were building billion-dollar plans to import into our country and it's so much guess we don't want to do with it because of american ingenuity and american technology. a greek immigrant combining two existing technologies, pitchout fracturing and horizontal drilling created the greatest competing with commercialization of the internet. there should be dancing parade celebrating this incredible thing we are now on the precipice of being energy secure and all the benefits. unfortunately because much of this has taken place in west texas and north dakota, it's not cool. there's a
deficient as a matter of law in giving his budget to congress. and congress acts from there. the president has to do three things. he has to tell the congress how much we are going to spend. how much revenue's coming in and what effect it will have to the deficit. but the president said deficits don't matter, budgets don't matter. what does matter? a household or a business can't run a household without a budget or a five-year plan -- at least. the charm offensive is nothing more than window dressing, trying to get the republicans to raise taxes without reining in spending and entitlements. >> jamie: but, david, the president has been clear that jobs air priority, and with all the back and forth with the spending and the cuts and the budget to come -- whatever it is -- how do you see him fulfilling the other promises that he had on the campaign trail on the other issues? can we get past this? >> i think we can get past this. and the reason why is because all the issues you just mentioned, jamie, are issues that the american people see, the american president obama as being in touch with th
of the healthcare are law. at the bottom of the hour on cashing in. first right here 6 h hundred thousand tax returns botched by h and r block bause of the complicated tax code. someone here says it is high time for the flat tax fix. is it? we will debate it, next. we could see that the weather was kind of getting bad. here's the crawl space, the hole -- that's what saved our life. but that night, immediately, the red cross was there. that volunteer, he didn't even know us. he just knew that there was a family with two younger kids who didn't have a place to go. that was the red cross. i knew that's what they stood for. they help people. >>> so how you screwed up your tax code? so complex that even h&r block got tripped up by it. th largest tax preparer botching 600,000 customer returns. didn't fill out a field for an education credit that the i used to let people leave blank. some of the refunds may be up to six weeks late. you have a fix for all of this. what is it? >> well, you know, it is not sur are pricing it is screwed up. the tax code is 9 million long or 12 holy bibles. we to blow it
who are not familiar with you a jid cases of delinquency in juvenile law, it is similar to finding of guilty in the adult court. >> reporter: guilty on all counts. that hand down. the two defendants in this case now the two convicted rapists broke down in court when they heard the verdict come down. trent mayes crying, malik richmond just collapsing into the arms of his attorney sitting next to him and sobbing over and over again. i want you to listen to the two boys as they later stood up and apologized to the victim's family. >> i would like to apologize to you people. i had no intentions to do something like to. i'm sorry to put guys through this. i'd just like -- i would just like to apologize to my family and the families in the community. those pictures shouldn't have been sent around, let alone even taken. i just apologize. >> reporter: regret and remorse but the victim's attorney told me it came far too late in this case after the verdict was handed out, fredricka. >> and how did the victim's family react specifically? what words were spoken? >> reporter: so the victim hers
for it burgers and dogs. taking your dog to the v is going to cost more too thanks to the healthcare law. healthcare regulations stacking up, now taller than the president, time to chuck it? >> chin in starts right now. >> eric: i'm eric bombing. glad to see you. cashin in crew, wayne. that family that you just saw who introduced our show says they are extremely bored abo how much healthcare it will cost them. mary, how bad is it going to get for the folks out there? >> it's going to be a problem. i remind everyone that in 2008 the president said he was planning to bring down premiums for an average family by $2500 a year. now, we're talking about sticker shock and how much the premiums are going up. they said the cost are going up, cbo agrees. kaiser, frequent government studies have shown the same thing. the reason is the plan was to give more services to more people and mandate more services in each healthcare plan. you can't have a simple healthcare plan that is catastrophic anymore. so when you do that, things cost more money iould have told you that many years ago. >> eric: we talk
. >> carolyn: still to come, undercover videos have changed animal cruelty laws in several states. what could be considered criminal activity to soot the videos that have made a difference. difference. >> the healing pour -- [ male announcer ] with citibank it's easy for jay to deposit checks from anywhere. [ wind howling ] easier than actually going to the bank. mobile check deposit. easier banking. standard at citibank. makes it easy for anne to manage her finances when she's on the go. even when she's not going anywhere. citibank for ipad. easier banking. standard at citibank. >> carolyn: good evening. in tonight's headlines, two people are dead following a racetrack accident in marysville. a 68-year-old man and a 14-year-old boy in the pit area were struck by a sprint car going 90-miles-an-hour. race officials say the driver, 1-year-old from petaluma, failed to negotiate a curve during a practice run. >>> the ashkenaz nightclub in berkeley is back open for businesses hours after last night's robbery. two employees were shot. one in the head. one suspect was caught. police are still lookin
not want to upset their neighbors, their fellow business people. if you see it, by law enforcement or code enforcement officer, city staff, committee member, change the culture. if the graffiti starts showing up on your light poles you're not used to paying attention to that, they will know that, the graffiti stays there, they will target your light polls. we went from zero on light polls in van kao to hundreds and hundreds. 85% of those tags were done by one person. poles * >> [speaker not understood]. >> of course. i'm going to ask you to stand up first and then you add to it, okay. >> okay. in oakland we're getting sidewalk stuff. and word on the street, we don't cover it up. so, exactly what you're saying. the word on the street -- and part of it is you're driving -- i don't notice as i'm accuweathering. moev of us are cruisers. we get what we see. that's an issue coming up. these people are networking. they spread the word. sidewalks are cool game, trees are cool, they don't touch that. you're exactly right. i experience in my own life. we're going to have to open people, we're going
? >> [speaker not understood]. >> the jail, okay. are you guys law enforce. ment in here? any nonlaw enforcement in here? what you do? >> [speaker not understood]. >> sweet. >> [speaker not understood]. >> neighborhood revitalization. >> awesome. we work really, a lot hand in hand in the city of phoenix with our neighborhood services department. by far some of my best friends. we get a lot done. i can't speak enough about them. somebody asked me if [speaker not understood] can come in here. i want to try to keep the media out. i'll tell you guys about that in the future, how we don't really want these people to know, we don't want it out in the media, hey, we just busted somebody because we used facebook to get them. what are the vandals going to do? everything is going to go away. we want to make sure -- i'm telling you right now by no means am i an spederth. i will not stand up here and tell you i'm an expert on how to investigate graffiti. i am not an expert to tell you how to use technology. what i want to do with you is to show you what i have done that has been successful for me to get van
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